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Tue, Mar 31, 2015 12:12 PM
The cheesy canned chuckling has been on the shelf for years, but it may be coming back.
You may not have heard of them, but these women defied convention and made their own paths.
British artist Ptolemy Elrington merges recycling and sculpture with his fascinating works of art.
Renowned theoretical physicist adds that only space exploration will provide humanity with a 'life insurance' policy for the species.
The creators of the card game that broke Kickstarter records celebrate by sponsoring pizza parties at animal shelters across North America.
Waste-free living has led Lauren Singer to an unexpected new career and a better life.
These stairways are a pleasure to walk up — outdoor flights that pass through gorgeous natural scenery or climb colorful urban landscapes.
Captured with an 80-megapixel camera, each photo in this epic time-lapse measures an astounding 10328 x 7760 pixels.
Artist inks deal for picture book based on his popular song and featuring children across cultures 'celebrating happiness.'
Over time, some words fall into disuse, but that doesn't mean they aren't valuable.
Made from rare albino fish eggs, 1 teaspoon of this delicacy will set you back nearly $1,100.
The late author's work was found the year he died and will be reborn as a book in July.
What is more romantic that venturing out into nature and spending the whole day creating art?
The 40 Bags in 40 Days challenge encourages you to tackle one area of clutter in your home each day and get rid of it responsibly.
Tourism board advises folks to visit Key West instead and come back to N.Y. in the spring.
Frank Lloyd Wright's final work is one of his 10 buildings nominated for inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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